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2019-04-01 12:41 AM
Hello, I'd like to express my disappointment that Sony has abandoned its typical design (dedicated camera button + 3.5mm headphone jack + bezels) which made it stand out and now follows the trend of pointless changes by dropping the headphone jack in flagships or the camera button in mid-range devices - providing solutions that seek to solve problems which don't even exist! The 21:9 display seems logical idea for multitasking and I support it (although it would be nice to have various display ratio options). In my opinion forcing customers to choose either a dedicated camera button or a 3.5mm headphones jack in the latest smartphones line (Xperia 1, 10, 10 Plus) is the first step of Sony losing its identity and blindly imitating others. I believe there are lots of people, who like me hate notches/punch-holes, rounded display corners (which take away screen area) and bezelless designs (which make holding the phone difficult without covering the display with hands). I hope that other fans will also join and take the time to express their frustration with the latest changes and make Sony design teams listen. Otherwise we'll quietly vote with our wallets. I hope this helps Sony to revise its designs for future models. Thank you.
2019-04-02 10:33 PM
Oh look at the compatibility list!
Headphone jack compatible!
Stereo Headset STH32
2019-04-08 10:17 AM - edited 2019-04-08 10:22 AM
When will Sony realise that they are losing their loyal customers over the removal of the headphone jack. I don't understand why Sony has to follow Apple. Some of my friends have the latest flagship Samsung phones with a headphone jack. I will not buy another Sony flagship phone until the headphone jack is bought back. There will be many other customers like me. I also find the 21:9 aspect ratio totally bizarre tbh on the latest Sony phones. Most content especially YouTube is 16:9, therefore when will 21:9 be relevant on a smartphone. Absolutely bizarre thinking in my humble opinion. Hardly anyone is going to watch a full film on such a small screen. Again, what is Sony thinking here?
2019-04-16 12:18 AM
Unfortunately Sony is just another random mark that just tries to find some new growth drivers. Nowadays every phone makers can't make what the future phone could look likes due to technologies not yet ready or discovered (transparent screen, holographic animations and so on like ones you can see in sci-fi movies) so we're seeing some really dumb things like notches, bezelfree screen, dubious display ratios, ridiculous big phones, removal of functionality that isn't replaced with something better (removed mainly for the sake of saying "we got something new!" and larger profits ala Apple's greediness frenzy) 🙄
If they remained stuck with logical choices like headphones jack plug, bezels to handle phones comfortably, regulars screen ratios, etc. most of people (shareholder, hipsters, and others dudes like that) would yell like angry kids.
2019-04-16 07:46 AM - edited 2019-04-16 07:47 AM
Why Sony give Mr. JACK and FM Radio only to mid-range products like Xperia L3,10,10+ ?? Weird...
2019-04-17 05:48 PM - edited 2019-04-17 07:42 PM
Yes, bring the headphone jack back, or even the ridiculous screw version from your DSLR.
Oh, don't forget powered 5-pole noise-canceling.
I don't know enough to understand, but phantom power audio jack for noise-canceling lavaliers.
Maybe not the male version.
They removed the jack, dedicated camera button, fm radio, moved the finger print sensor... just to make an ordinary phone like many others. They lost the unique look of their phones and also lost their loyal customers.